PNW offers a range of scholarships to help students pay for college. The best part? Scholarships don’t need to be repaid, so apply as soon as possible to see what’s available!
Look for Most Scholarship Applications to reOpen Oct. 1, 2023!
Three Easy Steps to Free Money for College
1. Apply Early to PNW
Did you know that freshmen and new transfer students are automatically considered for academic scholarships as part of the admissions process? All you have to do is fill out your PNW application—the sooner, the better!
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2. Fill Out the General Scholarship Application
PNW students can be considered for more than 140 donor-funded scholarships just by filling out one simple application form. We know you’re busy, but taking this one small step can make a big difference in finding free money for college!
Look for General Scholarship Applications to Reopen Oct. 1, 2023!
3. Explore Scholarships Requiring a Separate Application
While you can apply for most PNW scholarships by filling out just one form, there are some donor-funded scholarships that require a separate application. Give these scholarships a review to see if one is right for you!
Currently Accepting Applications
- Helen and Frank Korpak Memorial Scholarship – Deadline April 14, 2023
- Sigma Theta Tau, Mu Omega Chapter Scholarship – Deadline Aug. 1, 2023
Look for Most Scholarship Applications to Reopen Oct. 1, 2023!
PNW has plenty of scholarships, but there are organizations offers scholarships for every background and interest. Explore scholarship resources outside PNW!
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